K-pop

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K-pop

n
(Pop Music) the characteristic pop music of South Korea
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Some of the food truck brands include : Lalit Food Truck (Mexican & Italian), Celebrations Express (Shakes & fast food), Hunger Theka (Continental & Italian), Pop Stick kPop (Ice Cream), Thyme (Continental, Lebanese, Fast Food), BBQ, Lobo (Continental, Fusion), Crazy Trucker (Mexican, Chinese & Italian), Freezeup (Ice Creams & Desserts), Road Side Roaster (Mexican, Awadhi, American & Fusion), Doggy Style (Sandwiches & Hotdogs), Burnout (Mexican & Italian), Tongue Twisters (Ice Cream), Rumi's Kitchen (Awadhi), etc.
Jpop's popularity is losing to Kpop, and that's an issue for the Japanese entertainment industry to face.
Flashmob en el Planetario festejando llegada del Kpop a Showmatch [Flashmob in Planetario celebrate the arrival of K-pop on Showmatch].
In fact, the advertising strategy used for a Kpop girl group called Chocolat when they debuted was to emphasize that they were the "nation's first White-Korean biracial group" (Park, 2011).
At seventeen years old, Taiwanese-born Chou Tzuyu is new in the KPop world.
In September 2015, the company announced that it will develop its cultural enterprises (including K-dramas, domestic television formats and channels, Kpop music, online/mobile gaming, and films and film financing) into a US$13 billion income generator by 2020, placing it among the top 10 global companies of its kind (Kim, 2015).
When she meets her roommate's KPOP (a South Korean musical style involving audiovisual elements) star brother, Jason, she thinks he is cute, but too full of himself.
A tour of Seoul scheduled on Jan 31 and Feb 1 will offer a chance to visit famed tourist destinations and experience Kpop performance.
Like most contemporary Kpop, the group borrows from plenty of US and European styles but manages not to carry any fingerprints -- the melange is Kpop's signature aesthetic.
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